The Top 20 Best Foods For Diabetes Control
Sick of always being told what NOT to eat? Well, there are foods out there that can help regulate blood sugar so consider this list in the DO category. Here we share the top-20 foods good for the diabetes diet.Read More
Pre-existing Diabetes and Pregnancy
Have you been looking for information on pregnancy and diabetes? If so, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with gestational diabetes—that is, diabetes initially diagnosed mid-pregnancy. However, that doesn’t mean there’s no connection between other forms of diabetes and pregnancy. As recently as the mid-20th century, women who had type 1 diabetes were discouraged…Read More
Mushrooms and Diabetes: How Can Mushrooms Help with Blood Sugar Levels?
Learn more with US MED’s guide to adding mushrooms to your diabetes diet and discover how this food can help keep your blood sugar in check.Read More
Postprandial Blood Sugar: How Long After Eating Does it Take for Blood Sugar to Return to Normal?
Keeping your postprandial blood sugar under control is an essential part of living with diabetes. Here, you’ll find US MED’s in-depth explanation of postprandial blood sugar, along with tips on how to control it.Read More
Is Honey Good for Diabetes?
Is honey good for people living with diabetes? Honey is good in moderation and is shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.Read More
Building a Diabetes Care Plan
There’s a lot that goes into managing diabetes, including everyday personal care, lab tests, and going to the doctor. Use our template to stay on track to manage your diabetes.Read More
Breakfast Ideas For People With Diabetes | Diet & Fitness
Looking for more breakfast ideas to incorporate into your morning routine? These ten diabetes -friendly breakfast recipes are a great way to start your day.Read More
How to Lose Belly Fat | Diet & Fitness
There are a couple of lifestyle changes that you can make to remove stubborn belly fat around the abdomen. Learn more about the truth of belly fat at US MED.Read More
Worst Restaurant Meals For People With Diabetes
These are some of the worst restaurant meals for those living with diabetes. Here are 15 meals to avoid when you eat out. Learn more.Read More
Veggies That Are Healthy Sources of Carbs | Diet & Fitness
Are you worried about carbs? Multiple healthy carb options come from vegetables. Learn creative ways to incorporate them into your diet.Read More
Diabetic Diet: 6 Foods That Help to Control Blood Sugar
Here’s a list of foods that those living with diabetes will want to incorporate into their daily diets: veggies, greens, beverages, fruit, grains, fats, and protein. Get the details here!Read More
Foods High in Magnesium | Diet & Fitness
Magnesium plays a crucial role in anyone’s healthy diet – including people with diabetes. It contributes to over 300 chemical reactions in the human body! To make sure you’re getting enough of the magnificent mineral known as magnesium, read on for US MED’s list of magnesium-rich foods.Read More
Diabetic Friendly Drinks | Living With Diabetes
Are you looking to enjoy a tasty drink from time to time? Living with diabetes doesn’t limit you to water. There are multiple drink options to enjoy.Read More
7 Unknown Advantages of The Diabetes Diet
Managing diabetes means caring about your whole-body health. Following the Diabetes Diet will help lower blood sugar, but it also does so much more. From weight loss to cancer prevention this diet helps from head to toe!Read More
Type 1 Diabetes Diet | Sample Menu, Easy Recipes, What to Avoid & More
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner ideas are provided here to help you kickstart the Type 1 Diabetes Diet. This healthy meal planning will assist in managing diabetes and provide important nutrition to keep your body moving!Read More
Is The Keto Diet Good For Diabetes?
Curious about the keto diet and how it can affect those living with diabetes? Here we cover eating keto with TD1 and TD2, keto supplements, and low-carb options. Learn more about this lifestyle choice!Read More
Diabetes Friendly Fruit Desserts | The Dessert Diaries
When you have diabetes, dessert has to be different. These delicious recipes for fruit desserts check all the boxes for those with diabetes. Get links to recipes and enjoy diabetes-friendly desserts!Read More
Foods And Drinks That Cause Blood Sugar Spikes
If you’re a person with diabetes, you know how important it is to watch what you eat. Here are some foods that can cause your blood sugar to spike – and some diabetes-friendly alternatives.Read More
Best Snacks For People With Diabetes
Want to take care of hunger between meals while keeping your diabetes under control? Here are some snacking strategies for people with diabetesRead More
Diabetes Management: Control It With Diet & Exercise
There’s a lot of information out there about diet and exercise, but for people living with diabetes, getting it right is crucial for good health. We’ll help you get started by walking you through a manageable diet and exercise plan.Read More
Diabetic-Friendly Chocolate Desserts | The Dessert Diaries
Looking for a diabetes-approved chocolate fix? We’ve got recipes for cake, cookies, brownies and even popsicles, right here. Enjoy in moderation!Read More
The Best Sugar Substitutes For People With Diabetes | Pros & Cons | US MED
Monk fruit, stevia, saccharin, how should you choose the best sugar substitute to fit your diabetes lifestyle? We identify the best and provide a substitutions chart for baking.Read More
What Is The Ideal Diet For People With Diabetes?
Whether you have Type I or Type II diabetes, you must think more in depth about the foods you consume. Learn more about the ideal diet for people with diabetes.Read More
Probiotics for Diabetes
Probiotic supplements and foods can boost the number of good bacteria in your system. These bacteria and yeasts can have significant health benefits – and they might even have a positive effect on diabetes management! In this article, the team at US MED will take you on a deep dive into the world of probiotics.Read More
Vitamin D vs. Diabetes
With diabetes on it’s meteoric rise, new innovations are being discovered to help quell it’s rising numbers. New research is looking into vitamin D as a possible treatment option for the now 30 million people living with type 2 diabetes in the U.S. Obesity is rising as well, raising type 2 diabetes risk factors that…Read More
Child Food Allergies are on the Rise
As modern medicine continues to find ways to treat and prevent illnesses from occurring, at least one issue affecting children is on the rise, allergies. According to the Centers for Disease Control, food allergies in children have risen by 50 percent over the past couple of decades with peanut or tree nut allergies more than…Read More
10 Ways to Curb Overeating
It is a little known fact that people with type 1 diabetes lose production of what is called Amylin. Amylin is a hormone secreted by beta cells that are responsible for making us feel full after a meal. It also impedes the emptying of the stomach along with regulating rising glucose levels. There are various…Read More
Cinnamon May Help Fight Against Obesity.
A 2017 study from the University of Michigan found how a common spice—cinnamon—can help fight against obesity. Researchers had previously noticed that cinnamaldehyde (a basic oil responsible for cinnamon’s flavor) seemed to defend mice against obesity and hyperglycemia, but it was not well comprehended what prompted this effect. More study on this process was necessary…Read More
Low-Sugar Fruits for Diabetic Diets
Naturally occurring sugar can be found in all fruits, although some may contain more than others. Those trying keep sugar consumption under control usually give up a lot of the usual culprits such as soda pop and candy, but quite often overlook fruit. Although a healthier way of satisfying a “sweet-fix” fruits such as watermelon…Read More
What’s All The Fuss About Gluten?
It’s nearly impossible to go to a restaurant or a supermarket now and not be bombarded with labels touting “gluten free” ingredients and recipes. Today people are acutely aware of an allergy to a protein in wheat, barley and rye. This allergy is called celiac disease. With all of the sudden attention to this disease,…Read More
New Food Nutrition Labels Now Lists ‘Added Sugars’
The useful nutrition labels on foods now contain a new element: Added Sugars. The listing now allows consumers to tell how much sugar is naturally occurring and how much is added. This can be important when comparing products. One example, according to the Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter: Compare 12 ounces of lemon-lime soda…Read More
Did You Know Herbs Can Affect Prescription Medications?
Millions of people take herbal supplements and consider them completely safe, but there are nearly 1,500 documented interactions between herbs and prescription medications. According to poison.org, about 20 percent of North Americans take herbal supplements. Humans have been using herbs for thousands of years for common ailments. In fact, many medicines today, such as morphine…Read More
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